Violet and Corky are making laundry day a very big deal. Before making their name with worldwide smash hit The Matrix and its two sequels (which they similarly wrote and directed), sibling duo The Wachowskis debuted with this sizzling neo-noir thriller financed by legendary Italian producer Dino De Laurentiis. Gina Gershon (Showgirls, Face/Off) plays Corky, a young woman recently released from a five-year jail term for, as she puts it, the 'redistribution of wealth'. After a brief lift encounter with her sexy and sultry neighbour Violet (Jennifer Tilly) the pair strike up a steamy love affair under the nose of Violet's unhinged Mafia boyfriend Caesar (Joe Pantoliano). Soon the two women are hatching a plot to steal $2 million from Caesar and his associates - but if you're going to mess with the mob, you'd better be sure you do it right... Hugely well received upon its release, reviews for Bound saw some critics comparing the Wachowskis with the Coen Brothers - and Blood Simple in particular - whilst Roger Ebert heaped praise on the film, declaring it to be 'one of those movies that works you up, wrings you out and leaves you gasping'. By turns shocking and funny (and with plenty of lesbian sex scenes thrown in for good measure) Bound is an astoundingly assured debut which oozes style and sensuality. Special Features: High definition digital transfer Audio Commentary with Writer/Directors The Wachowskis, Stars Jennifer Tilly, Gina Gershon, and Joe Pantoliano, Editor Zach Staenberg, and Consultant Susie Bright Femme Fatales - Interviews with Stars Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly Hail Caesar! - An Interview with Actor Joe Pantoliano Here's Johnny! - An Interview with Actor Christopher Meloni Modern Noir: The Sights and Sounds of Bound - Interviews with Director of Photography Bill Pope, Editor Zach Staenberg, and Composer Don Davis Vintage EPK Featurettes (US and International Versions) Theatrical Trailers TV Spots Still Gallery Images Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork to be revealed!
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Forever granted a place in cinematic history by winning the first ever Academy Award for Best Picture in 1927 and the only silent film to do so, William Wellman's silent epic Wings is more than an Oscar winner, but an epic story of friendship with the type of thrilling action only practical effects can imagine...Hometown best friends Jack (Charles Buddy Rogers) and David (Richard Arlen) compete for the affection of a gorgeous dame (Jobyna Ralston), though Jack doesn't realise that girl next door Mary Preston (Clara Bow) has eyes for him as well. But World War I is soon upon them, so the boys are off to France to fight against the Germans. Meanwhile, Mary follows Jack into enemy lines as a nurse. Wellman's epic drama combines the most spectacular of stunts with the most classical of melodrama, along with one of Bow's greatest performances and the screen debut of Gary Cooper. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present this American classic in a beautiful new restoration on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK as part of a Dual Format (Blu-ray and DVD) edition. Special Features: Gorgeous newly restored 1080p transfer Video documentary Wings: Grandeur in the Sky Video documentary Restoring the Power and Beauty of Wings Video piece Dogfight! 40-Page Booklet Featuring: A new essay on the film by critic Gina Telaroli Excerpts from a vintage interview with Wellman A 1930 profile of stuntmen from the film A vintage piece on the production of the film Personal anecdotes from Wellman Rare archival imagery